About the Company
Originally established in 1999 with a focus on aircraft hangars, Hangar Construction Unlimited has expanded its services to other types of projects in order to take advantage of the president and staff’s diverse knowledge and experience. Recent notable projects have included six buildings for Marion Ag Service in St. Paul, Oregon and Power Yamaha in Sublimity, Oregon. The company aims to provide high quality, reasonably priced buildings and services, designed to meet the needs of the customer.
Ray Moles has worked in the construction industry since 1975, when he worked on a Molalla River bridge project with Barnhardt and Platt. At a young age, this labor position included tasks such as cleaning concrete forms and stacking lumber. Since then, Ray has worked on a wide variety of private and commercial construction projects in Oregon and Northern California. Over the years Ray has continued to add to his knowledge and skills of the trade while developing a strong dedication to quality work. He has worked on steel buildings and related construction, custom homes and remodels as a journeyman carpenter, and as a foreman for projects such as the Target distribution center in Albany, Oregon and Kuebler bypass in Salem, Oregon.
Ray incorporated Hangar Construction Unlimited in 1999 and has since served as owner and President. Since that time Ray has provided solutions to numerous commercial, agricultural, and airport projects across Oregon and Washington.
Ron Winsett has an A.S. degree in Nondestructive Testing and Welding Fabrication. He has over 35 years of experience as a metal building erector, working on over 400 projects in Oregon, California, Washington, Idaho, and Alaska. His work has included over 20 different brands of steel buildings, up to 90 feet tall and 60,000 square feet. Ron also has experience with concrete slabs and tilt-ups.
Previous projects include: Warehouses, freezers & coolers, sawmills, grocery stores, food packing facilities, farm structures & facilities, auto showrooms, grandstands, hangars, steel mills, firehouses, and fairground structures.